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Re: [newtech-1] Where Do Your Ideas Go?

From: Ben B.
Sent on: Monday, February 4, 2013 11:30 PM
http://betterific.com is a pretty cool new site built to address a similar concept.  You submit your ideas that begin with "wouldn't it be better if..." and upvote/downvote others' ideas.  It's more about improving existing products and services, though.  Let me know if you'd like an invite to try it out.

Ben

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ThinkEco, Inc
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On Mon, Feb 4, 2013 at 9:55 PM, Michael Stearne <[address removed]> wrote:
We all know that ideas are a dime a dozen and that ideas that aren't executed well can often be wasted. We also know that personal bandwidth is finite so each person can only work on one or two maybe three good things at that time. The question is what do all of you do with the ideas that are truly well thought out and are good but you just don't have the time to execute on them?

Probably like most I have ideas that I believe are truly good businesses and have been researched but am involved in other projects right now. I know, if it was truly your best idea you would be working on it but I think it is possible to have more than one "best "idea. 

So where do they go? What do you all do with these ideas that you don't have time to work on? A couple of these I would love to see get executed but by anyone it doesn't have to be me. Are there sites out there where you can sort of post these unused ideas?

Michael




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